(Closed) Rehearsal Dinner

posted 13 years ago in Michigan – Lansing, Jackson and Ann Arbor
Post # 3
34 posts
  • Wedding: August 2009

pixielee…what area are you looking in?

Post # 5
1 posts

I grew up in Jackson. For nice restaurants try Daryl’s Downtown or Bella Notte. Both are really nice, and have excellent food, but may be a little pricey. You may also have luck with the Cascades Manor House, it’s located in a park and has really great scenery.

Sorry I don’t know about restaurants in Brooklyn.

Post # 6
27 posts
  • Wedding: September 2009

I live in the Jackson area most of the year, and I second twentyducks’ Bella Notte vote.  The food and decor is excellent.  But it’s pricey, and you may have a bit of trouble finding parking if you have a bigger group with more cars.  Cascades Manor House is also nice, but a little more on the pricey side as well– I know they do weddings pretty regularly.

Try looking for places in the Jackson area, not in Jackson itself (ie- Vandercook Lake, Parma… skip Spring Arbor, unless you’re thinking Chinese food or McDonalds).  You might even check Albion, which is a bit bigger.

Post # 7
81 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2007

I love Bella Notte too!  My husband is from Jackson, and we make it up a few times a year.  Happy planning ladies!

Post # 10
50 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

I’m getting married in Tecumseh and we are probably having ours at the Tecumseh Club. (We were originally leaning toward Basil Boys but we wanted something a little more upscale.) However, my FH’s cousin and his wife has theirs at the Lonestar Steakhouse in Dundee. That was really good and the room they gave was quite private. Another idea might be the Clinton Inn. With enough notice you can reserve the whole restaurant. I’m thinking the CI holds about 75-90 people. Good luck!

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